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Couple encounters problems with 911

August 16, 2014 On Sunday afternoon, July 6, at the conclusion of the Car Show in the Elkins City Park at 4 p.m., we experienced a little problem with our 1957 Chevrolet. more »»

W.Va. designated a ‘Purple Heart State’

August 9, 2014 Most West Virginians have heard of the Purple Heart; however, some may not be aware of what it means to those who’ve earned it and, in turn, of what those who wear it mean to this great nation. more »»

Energy Express made kids’ summer special

August 9, 2014 We at the Randolph County Davis & Elkins Energy Express would like to take this time to thank Davis & Elkins College for hosting our site, which was the home for 40 children, six mentors, one... more »»

Medicare cuts will affect local seniors

August 2, 2014 Medicare cuts in Washington aren’t just policies on paper, they affect real people and have potentially serious consequences. more »»

El Gran Fest raised funds for YMCA

August 2, 2014 El Gran Sabor would like to thank the following sponsors for making this year’s El Gran Fest a success in raising $2000.00 for the YMCA. more »»

Elkins residents were helpful to historian

August 2, 2014 I wanted to send a letter of thanks to the people of Elkins, in particular David Baker for all his help in tracking down a long lost Reed family member. more »»

Lack of leadership in the White House

August 2, 2014 The lack of leadership in Washington these days is appalling. From the president on down to every senator and congressman no one has any backbone to take the incentive to step forward and lead. more »»

EHS football set to celebrate 100 years

July 26, 2014 This fall Elkins High School will be celebrating the fact that we have played football for 100 years. more »»

High court’s ruling a positive indicator

July 26, 2014 Another intriguing letter has appeared in your weekly letters to the editor page from Mr. James Gilbert (July 12). more »»

Educational efforts set for pipeline resistance

July 26, 2014 Greetings from FERC-101, the center of understanding 42-inch pipeline construction and operation at more »»

Educate yourself on pipeline project

July 22, 2014 You can learn the facts on the proposed 42-inch pipelines in just a few hours. more »»

Prescription cold pills won’t cure meth

July 19, 2014 Meth has everyone on edge. Politicians and law enforcement agencies are desperate to do something. more »»

Reader appreciates phased retirement

July 19, 2014 It has been nearly two years since Congress passed a law allowing federal employees like me to transition to retirement on a part-time basis. more »»

Cancer support run deemed major success

July 19, 2014 The annual Randolph County Cancer Support Group 3-Mile Walk/7K Run was held recently at Riverbend Park in Elkin. more »»

Court decision will affect all our lives

July 12, 2014 Why are people celebrating the recent Supreme Court decision Burwell v. more »»

Keeping church and state separated?

July 12, 2014 This past 4th of July was one of the best holidays weather-wise I can remember. “What perfect weather” I heard over and over as I waited for the Morgantown parade to begin. I was a rider. more »»

War on Drugs may never be truly won

July 12, 2014 News flash to anyone who will listen: those who fail to learn a lesson from history are doomed to repeat it and no clearer example can be found to prove this than America’s longest war, the insane... more »»

Reader disappointed by representatives

July 5, 2014 The following is an open letter to West Virginia’s two senators and three Congressional representatives: Three years ago I was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a bone cancer usually occurring in childre... more »»

First things first in W.Va., Mr. Nader

June 28, 2014 I was amused at the letter from Ralph Nader (in the June 21 edition of The Inter-Mountain) to the people of West Virginia concerning Shelley Moore Capito’s stance on the minimum wage. Mr. more »»

Debate, not progress, seen on highway bill

June 28, 2014 Congress has been stumbling, bumbling and lying to us for the last six years and we are no further ahead on having a sustainable highway bill now that we were when the Democrats took over. more »»



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